How did the geographic location of ancient Greece influence its political structure? A The mountains, hills, and seas separated the Greek city-states and enabled them to set up a diverse political structure. B The rocky plains, valleys, and seas united the Greek city-states and enabled them to create a uniform political structure. C The plateaus, plains, and rivers separated the Greek city-states so forming a unified political structure was important. D The deserts, hills, and rivers encouraged the Greek city-states to set up a more stable political structure.

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oceans allowed them too trade hills offered defense A and D are both correct, though A is more correct

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